Alcohol, substance abuse and Mental health - Harm reduction on uniquely vulnerable women and girls ,women with disabilities, Adolescents and teenage mothers and FSWs.
Quality sexual and reproductive health services, and needs of women and adolescents. Address STIs, HIV/AIDS, Cervical Cancer and Teenage pregnancies.
We amplify the voices and choices of uniquely vulnerable women and girls who use alcohol and drugs,women with disabilities, Adolescents and teenage mothers and FSWs with male involvement in reducing SGBV and through Advocacy.
We increase access to girl's education and advise them on career guidance/ development and mentorship.
Enhance livelihood opportunities for women through agriculture as a social enterprise, entrepreneurship and mentorship.
The strengthening communities activity fund is for developing solutions and delivering responsive integrated services that meet local community needs.
We have helped build systems, structures and policies of its partners such as CBOs and other affiliate organizations through trainings and mentorship.
Every child needs a quality basic education regardless of their background...we have small funding that we usually supporting educational programmes through the community
Actively and peacefully trying to manage any form of violence through harm reduction on women and girls with the male involvement while building a strong good relationship.
Promoting Education with training support. Main focus being Women,Children and Youth
Agribusiness initiatives promotions in sourcing inputs and market linkages for wealth creations and sustainable livelihoods.
Improving well being of communities by providing health amenities.
We have established very ambitious targets for Kisumu annual agricultural growth.The sources of this growth are analysed in terms of increasing factor use and productivity, as well as the key drivers of dynamic agricultural growth expecially with fish farms and women.
Always giving a helping hand to women crafting..
Our forward-looking leadership team is made up of dedicated, focused and experienced executives and 90% women as we looking to empower women. Working with each other combining our knowledge and experience by coming together to make a difference for all stakeholders – healthcare providers, youths, investors and communities around the country.
Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) are growing in prevalence and women are affected as users, partners to users or mothers to users. SUDs have a propensity to co-occur with other mental disorders. SHAPE aims at preventing, responding and mitigating this situation among women
Always been a good student from President Barrack Obama.“The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don’t wait for good things to happen to you. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope, you will fill yourself with hope.” ― Barack Obama.